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Talking, sulking, head-removing picture on the wall... who is the most popular Harry Potter character of all? Fans of the
Sherwood Schwartz, the creator of television shows The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island, has died at the age of 94. Schwartz's
"It's a lasting regret of mine that he wasn't around to see the finished film, but I'm happy at least that his story has
I recently watched Terrence Malick's latest, in film fan mode rather than professionally. The film has already set rivers of ink in motion, and it's a foolhardy venture to comment after just one viewing. I'm looking forward to the DVD already.
Coming off Bridesmaids, the sixth highest grossing romantic comedy of all time, Kristen Wiig is using her newfound star power
Peter Mandelson was caught on camera, looking less than his usual, immaculate, unruffled self, when both he and his London
I'm not sure exactly when it happened, but somewhere along the line in Hollywood, romantic comedies became 'chick flicks'. I'll wager this: that it was around the same time that romcoms started to lose their "com". Instead, the funniest writers and performers in Hollywood concentrated on creating out-and-out comedy films. And by 'out-and-out' comedy films, I mean: comedies not targeted at female audiences. Or as they're also known in Hollywood: comedies.
Emma Watson looked like a bronzed goddess as she walked the red carpet for the final time for Harry Potter today. The actress
So the "motion picture event, unlike any other", is nearly here ... with a planned UK release on 26 October, Steven Spielberg's
Hobbit fans have been given another glimpse at Middle Earth in Peter Jackson's latest video blog. Footage of Andy Serkis
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HuffPost UK Entertainment's Film page keeps on top of all the latest news in the movie industry – from Hollywood to Bollywood to Pinewood, from blockbuster franchises the size of Twilight and The Hobbit, to that obscure documentary with subtitles. We've been at red carpet ringside for the premiere of Harry Potter's final outing, and we've argued with James Cameron about whether Woody Allen should be making films in 3D just because it worked for Titanic. Whether you're an unashamedly nerdy student of the sequel, or just like looking at the dresses on Oscars night, we have something for everyone – including interviews with the hottest stars (yes, we asked Daniel Craig how he buffed up to play James Bond, and Mark Wahlberg told us how he knew who was going to win the Academy Awards), preview trailers, exclusive clips and video features of forthcoming films, competitions, and lots and lots of photos.